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Username Post: McLaughlin too stubborn to succeed
EasyGreen1 
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12-06-17 01:14 AM - Post#239187    

Clearly, McLaughlin has not been able to put effective offensive and defensive schemes in place. Here we are, game 6, against Sacred Heart, and the best we can muster is 1 on 1 hero ball, end of shot clock 3s, and weak dispassionate defense.

Why is Chris Knight not starting and playing a lion's share of minutes? Anyone who has seen him play knows that he should. Why are Letoa and Foye playing key minutes, at key points in games, without discernible production(are the coaches even watching these games or tracking stats/efficiency)? Ian Sistare and Cam Smith are more aggressive, competitive, and would be much more productive on both ends of the floor. They have the ability to challenge defenses, open the floor for shooters, get to the rim and the FT line (the upgrade on defense would be immediate). Barry, Wright, Johnson are playing their hearts out. They deserve better. Perhaps giving other experienced players an opportunity to play more, if the current rotation continues to fail, would help. YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME!
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